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Poster: OTRTim Date: Jul 7, 2011 1:57am
Forum: movies Subject: Bloodbath

I just checked the opening credits for Bloodbath aka. Track Of The Vampire. imdb.com lists the movie as being shown on tv as Track Of The Vampire whereas Bloodbath was the film's theatrical release title. The opening credits of the film posted on IA first start with American International Productions. However the film's opening credits say Bloodbath and do contain the following copyright notice: "A letter C inside a circle," American International Productions All Rights Reserved MCMLXVI. Wouldn't that be a valid copyright notice? MCMLXVI is 1966?